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Shabby but Thriving

2017

A residency with the New Museum’s Department of Education and Public Engagement’s Spring R&D Seasn: BODY, which included an exhibition and public programming exploring the body’s relationship to the law and the environment.  The exhibition premiered Living Room, 2017, installed among resonant sculptures. Adjacent to the main gallery was The Resource Center–a hybrid exhibition, study, and pedagogical space–which offered various methods for understanding and utilizing the energies of the burdened body, taking cues from reading rooms, gyms, listening stations, and spaces of respite. The Resource Center was co-organized with Alicia Ritson, Research Fellow.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Body Politic: From Rights to Resistance
Sunday February 5, 11:30 AM–6:30 PM

Civil Disobedience & Protest

Healthcare Access: Gender, Sexuality & Disability

Policing & Prisons

Immigration

Environmental Contamination and Indigenous Land Rights

The Question of Quantum Feminism
Thursday March 9, 7 PM

Listening Party: Poetry and Record Release for Leave No Trace
Thursday April 20, 7 PM

The Resource Center, 2017

The Resource Center, 2017

The Resource Center, 2017

The Resource Center, 2017

The Resource Center, 2017